Scott A. Olson, CLTC
With 23 years of experience in the long-term care insurance industry, Scott is a sought-after expert. He has been quoted in leading periodicals including:
- Investment News
- The New York Times
- U.S. News & World Report
- Business Week
- Huffington Post
- Financial Planning Magazine
- Center for Long-Term Care Reform
Scott has helped thousands of consumers obtain long-term care coverage that was right for them. Scott’s new book, Simple LTC Solution: How to Protect Your Life’s Savings with a Long-Term Care Partnership Program is available on Amazon along with customer 5-star ratings.
Scott was born and raised in New Jersey and attended Rutgers University. He began his insurance career in the mid-eighties. Scott then switched gears and spent four years doing charitable work in the Caribbean. In 1995 he re-entered the insurance industry focusing exclusively on long-term care insurance.
Scott and his wife, Carolyn, have four sons and they live on Camano Island in the state of Washington.
Our Pledge to You
We will listen to your needs, goals, and concerns and do our best to match you with the right policy.
We will work with you at your pace. This is an important decision and we won’t rush you.
We will answer all your questions using terms that make sense to you.
We will help you compare several top policies (not just one or two).
We will only recommend for you a policy that we would also recommend to our friends or relatives.
We’re easy to get a hold of. We answer our own phone. If you prefer email, that’s fine too.
– Scott Olson
No fees or hidden costs
We help you obtain long-term care coverage that is right for you. We are experts in all types of long-term care coverage including: traditional policies, partnership programs, and “hybrid” policies. We’re independent insurance agents. We put you first, not the insurance companies. There are no fees or hidden costs for our services, so you’ve got nothing to lose by contacting us. Let’s get started.
1473 Crestview Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
Licensed in 47 States